Washington University has helped develop a network of Young RINGOs that attend or follow the International Climate Change Negotiations. Young RINGOs are student members of the Research and Independent Non-Governmental Organization constituency group of the UNFCCC. Many students publish their observations and research from COP on blogs.
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Some of the universities that send student delegates and their blogs are listed below:
Brown University – Supporting delegations, LDCs, NGOs, and Media; blogging at Climate Development Lab and tweeting at @climatedevlab.
College of the Atlantic- Following negotiations, blogging, and producing informational resources at Earth in Brackets
Dartmouth Tuck School of Business – COP21 blog: Tuck at UN Climate Change Talks
Dickinson College – COP21 blog: Perspectives on COP21 Blog
Drexel University – Research on Urban Green Infrastructure for Urban Resilience and Transboundary Issues in Water Resources Planning, blogging at DrexelNOW
Duke University – Supporting NGO Delegations and blogging at Duke to the UNFCCC
Emory University – Observing the Negotiations at Emory University website and blog
Lund University – blogging and providing background and information on following the negotiations at Sustainability Forum
Macalester College – Research and reporting to local outlets; COP21 blog: Climate Talks: Dispatches from Paris
Moravian College – A Focus on Environmental Justice, Climate Sceince, Adaptation, and Environmental Justice and blogging at Moravian College at the UNFCCC
Radboud University – The Carbon Game
St. John’s University/College of St. Benedict’s – Undergraduate research in the negotiation zone and the Climate Generations area.
Swarthmore College – Student and Professor Blog
University of California Berkeley – The Center for Carbon Renewal
University of California Los Angeles – Supporting NGO and AOSIS delegations – blogging at Legal Planet
University of Minnesota – Observing the Negotiations; preparing for future course around the COP
University of Montana – Following and researching climate modeling, adaptation planning, climate change policy, sustainable agriculture, indigenous peoples and climate justice, and climate policy issues
University of Reading – Partners with the Walker Institute, UNFCCC and Deutsche Telekom. View their PhD student blog from the department of Meteorology
Vermont Law School – Supporting the Myanmar Delegation and blogging at Substantial and Sustained Observer Delegation Blog
Victoria University of Wellington Law School – Creating a documentary: Negotiations Documentary
Washington University in St. Louis – Connecting International Negotiations to Local Issues – Informational website at Following the Climate Negotiations.
At COP22 in Marrakech, our delegation ran into Inger Andersen, head of the IUCN. She expressed the importance in sending young people to the Climate Negotiations and how students are instrumental in determining the future of international climate politics.